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I received the new Swiffer Sweep & Trap from P&G to try out before it’s release into stores. I currently use a Swiffer Sweeper for our hardwood floors to dust but I also have a battery sweeper vac that I keep in the kitchen for the crumbs. With three kids, boy do we have crumbs!
I was sent the Sweep & Trap, Sweeper Dry Cloths and a few “messes” to pick up (like I needed extra messes!) The messes included mulch, bolt, and Cheerios, all of which the Sweep & Trap picked up with ease. I really thought the bolts would be a challenge, but the rubber blades swept them right up. There are no batteries required making it lightweight and easy to use.
The Sweep & Trap combines two of my cleaning products into one, saving me time! The 360 head swivels to get into all the corners and dusts those places as well. When you clean with the Sweep & Trap you can only go in the forward direction or the particles that you pick up may come back out. This was the only downside in using the Sweep & Trap.
The rotating blades and dirt bin are easily removed for cleaning and just as easy to reattach. Just pinch the grey buttons on the dustbin and it pops right out. The dust cloths fit into the flexible grippers just like on the Swiffer Sweeper.
Overall I am pleased with the Sweep & Trap, not only is it easy for the kids to use, but I am able to dust and clean up the crumbs at the same time.
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